Technology company Fujitsu released its latest desktop PCs and workstations, which promises to deliver higher performance than previous models. The new devices, which run on the 10th Gen Intel processor across, will add more flexibility to users as they navigate the new work environment.
The small form factor Esprimo D series introduces a new, smaller 8.3-liter housing for both the advanced line Esprimo D7010 and premium line Esprimo D9010 models. The smaller footprint makes the Esprimo D Series an ideal choice for cost-conscious environments where space is limited. Despite the smaller volume size expandability and flexible slot and I/O interfaces are still available where required. The Esprimo D series is always popular in financial, education and training environments as well as specialized areas such as post office counters.
The mini PC Esprimo Q now comes in black or white. This fully-fledged model includes an optical drive and integrated power supply inside an elegant slimline casing. Packed with up to 11 ports for unrivaled connectivity, the versatile Esprimo Q is suitable for office and retail use, as well as for powering billboards and digital signage. Fujitsu also provides guaranteed chipset stability for 24 months for the space-saving Esprimo Q7010 mini PC model: a key requirement for custom-build applications where each update must be verified for compatibility.
The ultra-small Esprimo G series fits into a casing of just 0.9-liters. The new Esprimo G9010 includes a fan-less cooling model for truly silent running in an ergonomic work environment. Requiring just a single USB-C cable for power and display output, the system can be mounted out of sight on the back of a display, but is certainly not out of mind, thanks to technology upgrades that deliver blazing performance. The all-rounder Esprimo G5010 and superior level Esprimo G9010 are a popular choice for workplace modernization, for training and education, for home office use, and as regular desktops in small- and mid-size enterprises – and can even be used to power billboards.
The micro tower Esprimo P series is topped by the Esprimo P9910, which supports full-length graphics cards and offers four PCIe slots for system expansion. This model has a 680-watt power supply to easily cope with special-purpose add-in cards. The Esprimo P series is popular with police forces, in public transportation offices and in the manufacturing sector, thanks to in-band or vPro manageability paired with the latest BIOS and operating system technology, which guarantee provisioning speed and save administration costs.
Designed for users demanding more graphics performance, Fujitsu has upgraded two Celsius desktop workstations to the 10th generation Intel processors. The new small form factor system, Celsius J5010 with 8.3-liter housing, is 17% smaller than the previous generation yet can accommodate full-height graphics cards, up to the NVidia Quadro P2200. This powerful and whisper-quiet workstation is ideal for Computer-Aided Design (CAD) as well as for use in design, visualization, multimedia, and manufacturing.
The micro tower Celsius W5010 workstation supports dual-slot professional graphics cards and an optional, more powerful, 680-watt power supply. This provides the gateway to even better performance graphics for even the most demanding CAD, Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), Media and Entertainment (M&E) applications. The new housing can accommodate full-length graphics cards up to the NVidia Quadro RTX 5000. Celsius W5010 will serve the needs of the security and surveillance, healthcare, telecommunication as well as the public sector.
The new Fujitsu Esprimo and Celsius powerful desktop devices offer a complete range of fully featured and highly expandable PCs. With the best-in-class product development and outstanding production quality, the new Fujitsu lineup of desktop PCs and workstations ensures superior reliability for enterprises to drive the business success of today and tomorrow.
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